The University of California, Irvine (UC Irvine) School of Medicine announced that they will be implementing Google Glass as part of their innovative curriculum. UC Irvine announced this past Wednesday their intent to use 10 Google Glass devices for third- and fourth-year medical students in the operating room and emergency department. And, within a few […]
The eSplint app is designed to help any health care practitioner requiring a greater understanding of splint techniques.
During the closure of a patent foramen ovale (PFO), a team uses Google Glass to enable a highly experienced “mentor” to monitor and provide advice on the procedure in real time.
The Ortho 365 app is designed by S&T Info Corporation for orthopedic surgeons, It breaks down many of the key topics in the field of orthopedics into daily facts.
Lanthier Practical Guide to Internal Medicine is an app that you may want to consider to replace your portable medicine reference manual.
neuReference is an app developed to help medical students on their neurosurgery rotation, junior neurosurgery residents and those who are rotating through neurosurgery as residents.
While Fitbit was a device I loved, I found myself gravitating towards the Misfit Shine due to aesthetics and overall utility. Plus, my overall laziness
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The Inspire Upper Airway Stimulation device electrically stimulates a branch of the hypoglossal nerve that innervates the genioglossus muscle.
Tarascon Hospital Medicine is your white coat pocketbook turned into an app.
PillTalk is an app that was created for healthcare professionals to have easy to access information about any medication their patient may be on.
Emerging mobile technology could be poised to change how we deliver this care. A recent abstract presented at the recent American College of Cardiology conference suggesting significant benefits in the use of a smartphone app on outcomes in cardiac rehabilitation recently brought this potential into focus.